Water utilities throughout the US offer customer incentives, such as rebates and technical assistance, to motivate action and foster engagement with their customers. In addition to providing water-related benefits, many of these programs generate additional co-benefits, such as reducing energy required for heating water or increasing carbon sequestration in landscapes. These co-benefits present water utilities with an opportunity to build collaborative partnerships and co-funding for customer incentive programs through stacked incentives.
This webinar will explore the Pacific Institute’s new report, “Stacked Incentives: Co-Funding Water Customer Incentive Programs.” We will highlight opportunities and best practices for water utilities and other organizations throughout the US to develop and co-fund stacked incentive programs that support water conservation and efficiency, stormwater management, water reuse, and more.
The webinar will also include presentations from City of Austin’s Watershed Protection Department and Megan Chery from Environmental Incentives, who have helped launch innovative stacked incentive programs in Austin, Texas and San Diego, California, respectively.
Pacific Institute is a global water think tank that combines science-based thought leadership with active outreach to influence local, national, and international efforts in developing sustainable water policies. Our mission is to create and advance solutions to the world’s most pressing water challenges.
A recording of the webinar will be made available to those who register.
Please note the time zone is Pacific Standard.